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En intervju med en framstående expert på islamism, som arbetat åt brittiska regeringen. Publicerad i Daily Telegraphs nätupplaga 19 februari, strax efter borttagen och ersatt med texten

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Ännu ett exempel på den självcensur som bl a Ayaan Hirsi Ali och Salman Rushdie nästan dagligen varnar för.

Dr Patrick Sookhdoe forskar kring de militanta imamernas roll i opionsbildningen och konstaterar apropå islamisterna och M-teckningarna (som inte publicerats i Storbritannien...):

"They think they have won the debate," he says with a sigh. "They believe that the British Government has capitulated to them, because it feared the consequences if it did not.The cartoons, you see, have not been published in this country, and the Government has been very critical of those countries in which they were published. To many of the Islamic clerics, that's a clear victory.

"It's confirmation of what they believe to be a familiar pattern: if spokesmen for British Muslims threaten what they call 'adverse consequences' - violence to the rest of us - then the British Government will cave in. I think it is a very dangerous precedent."Dr Sookhdeo adds that he believes that "in a decade, you will see parts of English cities which are controlled by Muslim clerics and which follow, not the common law, but aspects of Muslim sharia law."It is already starting to happen - and unless the Government changes the way it treats the so-called leaders of the Islamic community, it will continue."

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